General Veterinary Rules for Participation in the FCI IGP World Championship 2022 in the Czech Republic
All participating dogs must be clinically healthy and must undergo a veterinary check according to the published Rules of the Event.

Dogs that do not pass the veterinary check are not allowed to participate in the Championship.

All dogs must be provided with a proof of valid vaccination against rabies, canine distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, laryngotracheitis and parvovirus.

Veterinary rules for travelling with dogs to the Czech Republic are in accordance with the provisions established in the Regulation (EU) No. 576/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council, and the provisions of the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No. 577/2013 (see the link below).

Before travelling to the Czech Republic, participants and dog owners from abroad are obliged to know about the provisions set by the competent veterinary authority of the particular country for their return from the Czech Republic (this is especially important if you return to the third country, or some EU countries – Ireland, Malta and Finland).

The maximum number of dogs that may accompany the owner or the authorized person during a single non-commercial  movement is five.

                                                       Exception to the maximum number of dogs:

The maximum number of dogs in a single non-commercial movement may exceed five provided the following conditions are met:

  1. The non-commercial movement of pet animals is for the purpose of participating in competitions, exhibitions or sporting events or in training for such events.
  2. The owner or the authorised person submits written evidence that the pet animals are registered either to attend the above mentioned event or with an association organising such events.
  3. The animals are more than six months old.   

For more detailed information on travelling with pet animals to/from the Czech Republic, please, see: